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Christmas Romance on the Prairie – Now Available

Posted by on Dec 4, 2018 in Books | 0 comments

  Christmas Story set in 19th Century Indian Territory (Oklahoma) Lieutenant Jack’s life is upended when his childhood crush appears in danger on the reservation. Hattie Walker finds herself in debt to the awkward boy she’d ignored in school. When his critical mistake is uncovered, she learns that she’s bound by more than gratitude. Also available in Audiobook Hattie Walker dreams of painting the Rocky Mountains, but her parents want her to settle down and marry. They make an offer—she has two months in Denver to place her works in an exhibition. If she fails, she comes back home and gets married. But her journey is derailed when a gunman attacks her stagecoach and leaves her to be rescued by a group of Arapaho. Unfortunately, she’s too terrified to realize they’re friendly. Cavalry Officer Lieutenant Jack Hennessey has two...

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Historical Tidbit – a/k/a Future Story Idea?

Posted by on Sep 7, 2018 in History | 0 comments

British War Widows Will Go to Canada Thousands of British war widows and their children are to be transferred to Canada with the expectation that many women will be married to Canadian farmers, according to plans outlined here today by David Lam of London, commissoner of the International Emigration Society of the Salvation Army. He added that no women will be sent before arrrangements have been made for their employment and the rate of emigration will depend entirely upon the ability of Canada to absorb them. (Source: The Oklahoma City Times, Nov. 20,...

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The Last Thing You Want to See in Your Hotel Room

Posted by on May 1, 2018 in Family, Missions | 15 comments

Last month my husband Coy and I went to Belize to work with a ministry that a friend had started there. We’d never been to Belize before, but we’ve done our share of traveling and thought we’d seen everything. We were wrong. After a long day of flights and getting our bearings in the town, we were pleased to see how nice and clean our hotel was. It was beautiful with French doors to a balcony and many windows, but a quick inspection showed that the balcony was one continuous platform with only a very low wall separating it from the other four rooms on that side of the hotel. Not only that, the lock on the French doors popped open when wiggled and the window in the bathroom (which also opened out to the balcony) didn’t have a...

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Video: Live from Fort Reno, site of “Holding the Fort”

Posted by on Dec 21, 2017 in Oklahoma | 5 comments

Do you like to see the places you read about? If so, join me for a quick look about historic Fort Reno, the setting of “Holding the Fort” and the rest of the Fort Reno Series.     I’ll be going back. What would you like to see more of in the next video? What questions do you have that we could get...

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Be the First to Welcome Louisa to Oklahoma!

Posted by on Nov 13, 2017 in Oklahoma, Writing | 0 comments

It’s June 11, 1885. Lovely Lola Bell lost her job last night, and is right now checking out the stagecoach times to Fort Reno, Indian Territory. And you want to be there when she arrives! Be the first to Welcome Louisa to Oklahoma!! Holding the Fort Launch Party Tuesday, December 5th 6:30 – 8:30 Mustang Public Library 1201 North Mustang Rd, Mustang, OK     Celebrate the release of Regina’s newest book with door prizes, refreshments, a costume photo booth, and behind the scene information about the new series set at Fort Reno, Indian Territory. All proceeds from book sales goes to benefit the Friends of the Mustang Library. I can just picture her, chewing her lip as she studies the fares, wondering how long her money can last and what she’s going to do now that her singing career...

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